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Main Line’s Jay Michael to Perform at World Cafe Live World Cafe Live is located at 3025 Walnut Street in Philadelphia. Cover is $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Box office is open Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sundays 4 to 10 p.m. or buy them at www.tickets.worldcafelive.com/upstairs. For info about World Cafe Live Philadelphia, call 215-2221400. An accomplished songwriter, Jay Michael has had several songs published by Shapiro Bernstein Publishing and Green Menu Records. He was known for writing strong melodies on the pop side. He recorded a CD with Harold Wheeler, producing and arranging his songs using top studio musicians. One of the songs, “You’re the One I Need” was on Billboard’s Top 100. Jay’s passion for music is a reflection of his overall creative talent. Deciding to take a more standard route in his career, he forged into the business world and built a successful line of hair salons on Jay Michael, singer/songwriter of contemporary music, is performing at World Cafe Live on Saturday, April 19 at 10 p.m. the Main Line, Jay Michael Salon. And, now, while ay Michael, singer/songwriter of con- maintaining his business, he is following his temporary music, is performing at passion for music, once again. He starting World Cafe Live on Saturday, April writing songs for his own pleasure and never 19 at 10 p.m. This well-known Main expected to do anything more than enjoy Line personality will perform music music as a hobby. But with encouragement from his newest CD “Because of You,” from friends, he kept writing and now he is produced by Tim Sonnefeld at Milkboy Rec- performing his original songs and working ording Studio. See Jay Michael to Perform at World Cafe Live on page 6

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Award-winning magician and illusionist Mike Super will mystify audiences at UD Performing Arts Center April 11. agician and Illusionist Mike Super, the Grand Prize winner of NBC’s smash hit, “Phenomenon,” will perform at Upper Darby Performing Arts Center on April 11 at 7:30 p.m. Super has pioneered a new form of magic with his own unmatched style, personality and his natural ability to entertain and fascinate people. His family-friendly shows include music, comedy, fascinating illusion and magic tricks that will leave audiences astounded and amazed!

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In “A Chorus Line” at the Players Club of Swarthmore, opening April 25, from left – Jared Paxson and Meghan Dietzler (Upper Darby), Kevin Dietzler and Alison Liney (Drexel Hill), Alexander VanderLek (Wilmington, DE), Jessica Noonan (West Chester), Danielle Bruce (Drexel Hill), Sara Mingle (Upper Darby), Francesca Flamminio (Drexel Hill), Dominic Santos (New Castle), Ronnie Keller (Conshohocken) and Dina Vigliotta (Newark, DE).

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the final grueling audition for a new Broadway musical. Director Zach elicits a personal history from each finalist: how they got into show business, why they became dancers, pril sees one of the longest running shows in Broadway history hit- and what are their hopes, fantasies and aspirations. ting the Players Club of Swarthmore Theater stage – “A Chorus Line” As he calls upon them one by one, they react in every possible way, from runs April 25 through May 10. It’s a celebration of those unsung heroes reticence to bravado. Memories from childhood onward blend into a seamof the American Musical Theatre–the chorus dancers. The show takes us through See “A Chorus Line” on page 6

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EVEN MORE EVENTS Singing & Praying Bands Perform On Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 4 p.m., Crossroads Music welcomes the Singing and Praying Bands of Maryland and Delaware for an afternoon of emotionally intense a cappella gospel from 200-year old tradition. The event, is hosted and cosponsored by Calvary United Methodist Church, in whose chapel many of Crossroads’ other events occur and will take place at 801 South 48th Street, Philadelphia. A video and more information are available online at www.crossroadsconcerts.org/?p=4620. No tickets are required, but donations towards the group’s expenses will be requested at the event. Recorded info is also available at 215-729-1028.

Last Chance Duo Performance The Haverford Township Free Library will host the music group Last Chance Duo on Sunday, April 13 at 2 p.m. Join for an afternoon of music featuring the music of Last Chance Duo. Last Chance is the traditional and contemporary folk-roots fusion duo of Jack Scott (singer-songwriter, banjo and guitar) and Ingrid Rosenback (fiddle). The Duo played at the Library’s Chili Cook-off in September. This musical event is free and open to the public and is made possible through a grant from the Haverford Township Civic Council. The Library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For info, contact Mary Bear Shannon at 610-446-3082 ext. 216 or email shannon@haverfordlibrary.org, or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.

The Cookbook Club The Haverford Township Free Library will host their Cookbook Club meeting on Monday, April 14 at 6:30 p.m. The Cookbook Club meets on the 2nd Monday of each month. The Library is giving “book club” a new meaning! Join The Cookbook Club and sample recipes from a selected cookbook. Each participant should prepare a recipe of your choice from March’s selection, Indian Cooking Unfolded, and bring it to the club to share. Stop by the Reference Desk at the Library to browse, Indian Cooking Unfolded select a recipe, and sign up for the club. Make a free copy of your recipe and get ready to cook! The Library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For information, contact Mary Bear Shannon at 610-446-3082 ext. 216 or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.

Huge Easter Egg Hunt Taking Place in Roxborough It’s back and even bigger – time for another Epic Easter egg hunt! Thirtyfive thousand candy-filled eggs, thousands of children, a petting zoo, face painting, balloon animals, photos with the Easter bunny, and all for free! It’s “something different” from Epic Church. Saturday, April 12, is the return of the Community Easter Egg Hunt at Gorgas Park, Roxborough, located at Ridge Avenue and Hermitage Street. The activities take place from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Egg hunts will take place continually for age groups 1-2, 3-4, 5-7, and 8-10. Children must be accompanied by an adult to participate. Parents are encouraged to pre-register at www.phillyegghunt.com for a chance to win a $200 shopping spree at Toys R Us.

West Laurel Hill to Host Free Annual Easter Egg Hunt It’s almost here…West Laurel Hill Cemetery’s 12th Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday, April 12 at 10 a.m. Search for thousands of prize-filled and Zitner’s chocolate eggs, enter the raffle to win great prizes, get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny and be sure to take home a balloon animal! The More FM Crew will be on hand to entertain attendees with music and activities. For children 10 and under. Be sure to bring your own basket. Free! Registration and activities begin at 10 a.m. and egg hunt begins at 11 a.m. For information about West Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt, call 610-668-9900 or email events@forever-care.com.

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Morris Arboretum’s Grist Mill Demonstration Day Visit the Springfield Mills at Morris Arboretum’s Bloomfield Farm (across the street from garden’s main entrance) on Sunday, April 13 from noon - 3 p.m. and see how corn was milled for meal and flour in the 19th century. Generous individual gifts and Photo/Robert Gutowski dedicated volunteers carefully restored the one-ton millstone and made it operational once again – the first time since World War II. Free for members. $5 for non-members or free with regular garden admission. For information about Morris Arboretum, check the website, www.morrisarboretum.org, or call 215-247-5777. Philadelphia, PA 19132. Free parking is located in the lot across the street from the Gatehouse. The cost is $12/person; or $10/students and seniors. Tickets can be purchased at the door, or in advance by phone 215-2288200 or online at www.thelaurelhillcemetery.org.

Jazz Bridge Concerts Series in Media The Jazz Bridge Third Wednesdays Neighborhood Concerts Series in Media at the Unitarian Universalist Church – 145 West Rose Tree Road in Media – presents singer Frank Bey on Wednesday, April 16. Showtime is 7:30 p.m., tickets are $10; $5 for students and are available only at the door. For info: 215-517-8337 or visit www.jazzbridge.org/events/neighborhood-concerts.

Social Security Workshops The Haverford Township Free Library will host Social Security Workshops on Monday, April 21 and Tuesday, April 22, both at 7 p.m. Confused about Social Security? Come learn the many ways you can decide to take your Social Security benefits. Join for a one-hour session to hear Senior Benefit Specialist Daniel Norris discuss ways you can optimize your retirement income. The program is free and open to the public, but registration required. To register visit www.haverfordlibrary.org/events or call 267-405-2026. The Library is located at 1601 Darby Road, Havertown, PA. For info, call Mary Bear Shannon 610-446-3082 ext. 216, email shannon@haverfordlibrary.org, or visit www.haverfordlibrary.org.

Narberth CF Run & Walk The 19th annual Narberth CF Run & Walk will take place on Saturday, April 26, at 9 a.m. A local runners’ favorite that raises money to help make wishes come true for children living with Cystic Fibrosis, who receive care at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia & St Christopher’s Hospital for Children. This five-mile USATF certified race is a great warm-up for the Broad Street Run! New this year is a 1.5 mile Family Fun Walk. Registration for the Run or the Walk is $40, and includes a free shirt while supplies last. The morning’s activities also include a Kidz Fun Run, awards ceremony, moon bounce, face painting, music and more. For online registration or info, go to www.narberthrun.com or email narberthcfrun@gmail.com.

Sakura Sunday is on Sunday, April 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Kammermusik Main Line Horticultural Center in West Fairmount Park and offers a full day of food, Kammermusik Main Line will present an unusual and varied program of world-class traditional music and dance performances, martial arts, colorful crafts and activities for all ages. A complete listing of events is avail- chamber music on Sunday, April 27 at 3 p.m. at Main Line Unitarian able online at http://www.subarucherryblossom.org and event informa- Church, 816 South Valley Forge Road in Devon. Performers are Rong Tan, harp; Edward Schultz, flute; Anna Marie Ahn Petersen, viola; and Deborah tion is available by calling 215-790-3810. Reeder, cello. The program will include works by Vivaldi, Debussy, Roussel, and others. Tickets ($18, $15 for sr., and $13 for students) will be availThe Revolutionary War Heroes of Laurel Hill The walking tour will take place on Saturday, April 13 at 1 p.m., depart- able at the door. For info, contact at 610-664-0346 or philtrio@aol.com. ing from Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Gatehouse entrance at 3822 Ridge Ave., The concert will be followed by a reception. Advertise Your Spring Specials, Services, and Programs in City Suburban News! Call 610-667-6623 for great rates.

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International Orchid Show and Sale at Academy of Natural Sciences An international orchid show and sale will transform the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University into a colorful paradise Friday through Sunday, April 11, 12 and 13. Presented in collaboration with the Southeastern Pennsylvania Orchid Society, the show features spectacular orchids from around the world for show and sale, free guided tours, free lectures, and more. The orchid show is free with regular museum admission. Show hours are: Friday, April 11, noon - 8 p.m. Museum admission will be discounted from 5 - 8 p.m.; Saturday, April 12, and Sunday, April 13, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. The museum will be closed Thursday, April 10, and Friday, April 11, until noon in preparation for the show. For information, visit www.ansp.org or call 215-299-1000.

Immaculata University Hosts 8th Annual Spirituality Day On Saturday, April 12, Immaculata University will host its 8th Annual Spirituality Day as part of the Spirituality Under the Dome series. The day-long event begins with registration at 8:30 a.m. and concludes following the afternoon sessions at 3:30 p.m.; lunch is provided. Special keynote speakers include Father Richard Fragomeni’s morning presentation on “God Is on the Journey Too: Do Not Be Afraid” and Gail Froyen’s afternoon presentation, “Trails of Light.” Participants have eight course offerings to choose from throughout the day. Cost is $45 if purchased before April 7 and $55 after that date. For information or to register, contact Sister Mary at mhenrich@immaculata.edu or call 610-647-4400, ext. 3434. Immaculata University is a residential, Catholic, coeducational institution of higher education, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.

Sakura Under the Stars Sakura Under the Stars is a new event for the 2014 Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival, presented by The Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia (JASGP). On Saturday, April 12 at 5 p.m., guests at Sakura Under the Stars will enjoy an elegant reception held at the scenic Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, located at Horticultural and Lansdowne Drives in Philadelphia. The evening features high-end bento boxes, sake samplings, and a landscape of beautifully blooming cherry trees, all served in authentic hanami style – picnicking beneath the blossoms. Sakura Under the Stars is $80 for JASGP members and $100 for non-members. For information on Sakura Under the Stars, visit www.subarucherryblossom.org or call 215-790-3810.

Singles Dance and Social Professional and Business Singles Network sponsors a dance Saturday, April 12, 8 p.m. to Midnight at Crowne Plaza Hotel, 260 Mall Blvd., King of Prussia. Admission is $15. PBSN’s DJ, will be spinning your favorite Top 40 dance hits from the 60s to present. Just drop in. 40s and 50s Plus singles. Membership is not required. Jacket and tie optional; please, no jeans or sneakers. Come at 6:45 p.m. for Hustle Dance Instruction included with admission. No partner needed – this class is for beginners and intermediate dancers. For info call Bob 610-805-5827 or visit www.PBSNinfo.com.

Contempory Classical Music Concert Cellist Michal Schmidt, a longtime resident of Bala Cynwyd, will present “Tribute VI,” a concert of cuttingedge, contemporary classical music, at the Ethical Society of Philadelphia, 1906 S. Rittenhouse Square, on Saturday, April 12, 8 p.m. She will be joined by pianist Debra Lew Harder, of Gladwyne, and soprano Shannon Coulter. The composers whose work will be featured include Heidi Jacob, Luke Carlson, Lori Laitman, Jacob A. Clue, Matts Lidstrom, and the world premiere of the Cello Sonata by Philip Maneval, Executive Director of the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society. Many of the composers will be present to provide brief spoken insight into their work. The concert represents the very newest work written for cello solo, cello with piano, cello with voice, and cello with digital recording. Tickets for the concert are $20 General Admission, $15 for Seniors and Students. For information, contact: 610-574-5020.

Connie Williams Lecture at Wayne Art Center Wayne Art Center presents Connie Williams’ “Get Involved: If You’re Not at the Table, You’re on the Menu” lecture on Thursday, April, 17, 7:30-8:30 p.m. at the Wayne Art Center. Connie Williams has experienced a rich public career and has been actively involved in local activism. She is widely known for her deep commitment to economic development, education, the arts and her advocacy for women and children. Please register at info@wayneart.org. There is a $20 per lecture in advance or at the door. Wayne Art Center is located at 413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087. For information, call 610-688-3553 or visit www.wayneart.org.

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“Heads and Tales” Exhibition at Rowen University

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Artist Tom Nussbaum explores narrative framework through psychological metaphors hiladelphia-born, New Jersey-based artist Tom Nussbaum is in the spotlight at Rowan University Art Gallery. His solo show, “Heads and Tales,” showcases a progression in his practice that moves between the representational and the abstract. The exhibit runs March 31 - May 10, 2014. A reception and gallery talk will be held on Wednesday, April 16, from 5 - 7 p.m. “Heads and Tales” is an exhibition of selected studio work from the last 16 years, featuring a variety of mediums in which Nussbaum locates common attributes that embody a narrative framework. “My work is the result of a process of self-discovery, a personal mining of images that have psychological meaning,” Nussbaum states. “Some of the work expresses interior feelings, and much of it focuses on relationships; between family members and friends, between the individual and society, and between the conscious and subconscious self.” The work developed out of Nussbaum’s lifelong interest in building things that express his view of the world. He uses form and color and connections that can be found in the patterns and construction of fabrics and textiles from around the world, whether the micro and macro forms found in nature or man-made patterns such as interconnecting circuits and the world-wide web. “The free-standing forms reflect my interest in architecture and the structural frameworks of buildings and towers, mixed with references to the human figure,” he adds. “In some way these are all figures and vessel forms or containers, and as such also connect to my earlier work and the history of ceramics and basket making.” Nussbaum is known for a variety of work including drawings, paper cuts, prints, sculpture, children’s books, animations, functional design objects, and site-specific commis-

sions. His sculpture and works on paper have been exhibited in galleries and museums across the United States. Since 1987 he has completed more than 30 site-specific commissions located in a variety of public settings including public plazas, train stations, schools, hospitals, and environmental centers. In 1985 he began The Acme Robot Company, a cottage industry producing night-lights and light fixtures of his design. In 1988 he founded Atomic Iron Works, designing and producing iron hat and coat racks and other useful items. In 1992

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“Pounder,” 2006, acrylic on cast resin by artist Tom Nussbaum at Rowan University Art Gallery. A reception and gallery talk will be held on Wednesday, April 16 from 5 - 7 p.m. Children’s Universe/Rizzoli published his activity book, “My World is Not Flat.” A frequent visiting artist and lecturer at colleges and universities, Nussbaum has served on numerous peer review panels and juries. He has been awarded two New Jersey State Individual Artist Fellowships and has been a three-time MacDowell Colony Fellow. He currently works from his studios in Montclair, NJ, and Burlington Flats, NY. More information on the artist is available at www.tomnussbaum.com. Admission to the gallery, lecture and reception is free and open to the public. Regular gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (with extended hours on Wednesdays to 7 p.m.); and Saturday, 12 to 5 p.m. For information, call 856-256-4521 or visit www.rowan.edu/artgallery. Rowan University Art Gallery is located on the lower level of Westby Hall on the university campus, Route 322 in Glassboro, NJ. This program is made possible in part with funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

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Musician Satirist Roy Zimmerman in Philadelphia to Perform “Blue Dot Tour”

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he Freethought Society and the Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia are announce the return of Roy Zimmerman to the Philadelphia area. Zimmerman’s “Blue Dot Tour” performance of original and funny songs about ignorance, war, greed, hope, struggle, change, and more greed takes place on Wednesday, April 16, 2014. Zimmerman’s one-of-a-kind performance begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Ethical Society’s Building located at 1906 South Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia. Admission is $18, with $15 for students and seniors. Zimmerman is a satirical songwriter in the Tom Lehrer/Phil Ochs tradition. He tours almost constantly, taking his funny songs about fracking, creationism, marijuana laws, government shutdown, same-sex marriage, guns, taxes, and abstinence See Roy Zimmerman’s “Blue Dot Tour” across the country, often playperformance of original and funny songs ing in some of the least proabout ignorance, war, greed, hope, gressive places in America for struggle, change, and more greed on the most progressive people Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. there—the “Blue Dots” Zimat the Ethical Society. merman has named them. “I get accused of preaching to the converted,” he says, “but I don’t think of it that way. I think of it as entertaining the troops.” The world is full of funny songs, but Zimmerman’s hilarious, rhymeintensive originals are also incisive calls to action — smart, savvy and undeniable. The “Blue Dot Tour” is ninety minutes of these songs — funny songs like The Faucet’s on Fire! and I Want a Marriage Like They Had In the Bible. Zimmerman’s concert includes heartfelt songs such as Hope, Struggle and Change and I Approve This Message. Zimmerman spent the “Comedy Boom” years of the ’80s doing stand-up in San Francisco, sharing stages with George Carlin, Bill Maher, Dennis Miller, and many others. He wrote all the material for his funny folk music quartet The Foremen, recording two albums for Warner/Reprise Records. “Roy Zimmerman simultaneously inspires me and makes me laugh my ass off,” says comedian/author Paul Krassner. In thirteen albums over twenty years, Zimmerman has brought the sting of satire to the struggle for peace and social justice. His songs have been heard on HBO and Showtime. Zimmerman has recorded for Warner/Reprise Records, and he has been profiled on NPR’s All Things Considered. Zimmerman’s YouTube videos have amassed over seven million views, and he is a featured blogger for the Huffington Post. For information, contact Margaret Downey, Freethought Society President, 610-793-2737or email Margaret@FtSociety.org.

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Tickets for the Mike Super performance on April 11 at 7:30 p.m. are $16 - $18 and can be purchased online at www.udpac.org or by calling the box office: 610-622-1189. Seating capacity is limited for this performance. Upper Darby Performing Arts Center is located at 601 N. Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill, minutes from the Blue Route, the Main Line and Center City. Parking is free. Super’s ever-growing popularity demands a rigorous national tour where he performs almost 200 shows a year including performances on network television hosted by Ellen DeGeneres, Jay Leno and Craig Ferguson. The only magician in history to win a live magic competition on prime time network television, Super has received many awards and honors including “America’s Best Entertainer of the Year” in 2013 by “Campus Activities Magazine” and “Performing Arts Entertainer of the Year” in both 2011 and 2012 from the International Magician’s Society.

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PCS Children’s Theater Presents the Beloved Children’s Classic: “James and the Giant Peach” magine one of your favorite stories – one you’ve read over and over as a kid (and possibly as an adult) – coming to life on stage! In “James and the Giant Peach,” a local cast of grown up actors takes a magical journey: exploring the wickedness of some, the goodness of others, and the indecision encountered by many when they are faced with crises. Recommended for children ages five and up, Roald Dahl’s story comes hilariously to life in this delightful dramatization with a magical peach, an imprisoned boy, insect friends and an incredible journey! This amazing adventure of James Henry Trotter will fulfill the fantasy of anyone who has ever dreamed of escape. You will see James (as he cleverly gets the Peach out of danger), the wise Old-Green-GrassPerforming in “James and the Giant Peach” at The Players Club of Swarthmore are hopper and the pessimistic Susan Triggiani, Cathy Baum and Andrew Goren. Earthworm. You will also see James’ mean Aunt Spiker and “James and the Giant Peach” runs Friday, April 11 at 7 p.m.; cruel Aunt Sponge come to a suitably sticky end. The action is tied together by the Narrator, a storyteller, motivator, emcee Saturday, April 12 at 4:30 p.m.; Sunday, April 13 at 11 a.m.; Friday, April 18 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, April 19 at 4:30 p.m. and audience friend. From the book by Roald Dahl and dramatized by Richard All of the Children’s Series productions will be performed on R. George, director Matthew Prince has assembled a talent- The Players Club of Swarthmore’s Raymond W. Smith stage ed cast to tell this fantastic tale. Local actors from Swarth- on the second floor. Adult tickets are $10 each and Children more, Media, Wallingford, Springfield West Chester and Phila- under 12 are $8, cash or check only. This show is recomdelphia, PA plus Mt. Laurel, NJ bring this story to life: Andrew mended for ages 5 and up. All tickets are sold at the door Goren, David Griffith, Cathy Baum, Susan Triggiani, Lauri Jacobs, on the day of the performance. For information about this show, visit http://www.pcsthePatrick O’Neill, Amanda Robinson, Emily Mattison, Jonathan Steadman, Sarah Kirk, Emily Fishman, Kenny Fischer, Allison ater.org/site/childrens-theater/james-and-the-giant-peach/. Koechig and Amy Cylinder.

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Psychologist and dream work therapist, Jerry Kroth, Ph.D. probes the controversial topic of human interaction with extraterrestrials in “Aliens and Man” Tuesday, April 15, 6:30 p.m. at Tredyffrin Public Library, Strafford, PA. The meeting is free and open to the public. For information on monthly programs, visit www.MainLineMUFON.com. Dr. Kroth draws from archeology, mythology, the paranormal and biological “best evidence” in pursuing the hypothesis that extraterrestrials interacted with humankind sometime in history. He holds Ph.D., M.A., and B.A. degrees in psychology with an emphasis on psychodiagnosis. Associate Professor Emeritus in the graduate counseling psychology program at Santa Clara University, CA, he is a member of the Institute for Psychohistory. A frequent contributor to the Huffington Post, he has authored other books on psychology, research methodology, and most recently, “Conspiracy in Camelot,” on the assassination of John F. Kennedy claiming 225,000 hits on his YouTube video. He maintains a website: www.collectivepsych.com. Main Line MUFON meets each month (mainly Tuesday evenings) at 6:30 p.m. at Tredyffrin Public Library, 582 Upper Gulph Road, Strafford, PA 19087. The meeting is free and open to the public. For info, visit www.MainLineMUFON.com or contact Jennifer W. Stein: MainLineMUFON@comcast.net or call 610-613-0088.

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less series of musical numbers and monologues, some humorous – “Dance:Ten; Looks:Three,” some poignant – “At the Ballet,” some group reminiscences – “Hello Twelve, Hello Thirteen, Hello Love,” and some intimate – “The Music and the Mirror.” Winner of the Tony “Triple Crown” for Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book. Director Abby Shunskis of Upper Darby has assembled two dozen triple-threat talents to perform this Broadway classic. They include: Terry Tracy and Emma Bradley of Philadelphia; Jason Severin of Havertown; Edward Donlevie of Devon; Kevin Dietzler, Danielle Bruce, Francesca Flamminio and Gina Tomkowich of Drexel Hill; Dominic Santos of New Castle, DE; Ronnie Keller of Conshohocken; Alexander VanderLek of Wilmington, DE; Danny Walsh of Aldan, Jared Paxson and Sara Mingle of Upper Darby; Jessica Noonan of West Chester; Elissa Zavodnick of Holland, Dina Vigliotta of Newark, DE and others. “A Chorus Line” begins on Friday, April 25, 2014 and runs weekends through May 10, 2014. Thursday performances are at 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday performances are at 8:00 p.m. and Sunday matinees are at 2:00 p.m. Group rates (15 or more patrons) are available—consult the theater’s website for information on prices, etc. Reservations can be made either online at www.pcstheater.org or by calling OvationTix customer service toll-free at 866-8114111. Please note: this script contains adult language and themes, parental discretion is advised. The Players Club’s Mainstage space is a fully handicapped-accessible, 300-seat proscenium theater with plenty of free parking in the club’s adjacent lot. The Mainstage is equipped with Assisted Listening devices and also offers a separate handicapped restroom facility. For information about PCS – including upcoming events, shows, ticketing and directions, visit www.pcstheater.org.

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with Milkboy Recording Studio. Tommy Joyner, founding co-partner of Milkboy Recording, said, “Jay writes great songs. It’s so pure and nicely retro-sounding. I love it. Everyone at the studio just loves him.” For more information about Jay Michael, visit facebook.com/jaymichaelweiner. Find Great Information and Advertisers in City Suburban News!

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Kimmel Center’s Verizon Hall in Philadelphia presents “The Ultimate Doo Wop Reunion,” Saturday, April 19, at 8 p.m., with a 30 piece orchestra, and Jerry Blavat as emcee. By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer Onstage • Kimmel Center’s Verizon Hall in Philadelphia presents The Ultimate Doo Wop Reunion, Saturday, April 19, 8 p.m., with a 30 piece orchestra, and Jerry Blavat as emcee, featuring The Duprees (You Belong to Me) The Tokens (The Lion Sleeps Tonight), The Happenings (See You In September), The Classics (Till Then), The Flamingos (Mio Amore), The Demensions (Over the Rainbow), The Roommates (Please Love Me Forever), and The Chimes (I’m in the Mood for Love). For tickets ($41 to $100) or info, call 215-893-1999 or visit www.kimmelcenter.org. • Penn’s Landing Playhouse, located in the Independence Seaport Museum, 211 South Columbus Boulevard in Philadelphia, presents The Calamari Sisters’ Big Fat Italian Wedding, extended through May 4. Delphine and Carmela sing, dance, and cook their way through such favorites as Chapel of Love, Love and Marriage, Daddy’s Little Girl, Get Me To The Church On Time, and River Deep, Mountain High. For tickets ($45-$55) or info, call 855-448-7469 or visit www.plplayhouse.com. • The Ardmore Music Hall, 23 East Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore, PA, presents Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad (PANDA!), April 25. Doors: 9:45 p.m.; Show: 10 p.m. Over 21. This quintet from Rochester, NY and their psychedelic roots reggae

album In These Times made iTunes Best of 2012 list. For tickets ($12 adv; $15 dos) or info, call 610-649-8389 or visit www.ardmoremusic.com. Wine & Dining Around • Bistro St. Tropez, 2400 Market Street, 4th Floor in the Marketplace Design Center, offers a four-course dinner with Georges Perrier and a Wine Pairing presented by Greg Moore of Moore Brothers Wine Company, Wednesday, April 23 and Thursday, April 24, 6:30 - 9 p.m. Chef Patrice Rames will host his friend and former boss, Chef Georges Perrier for these two special nights. For those who are craving a taste of Georges Perrier’s magic, paired perfectly with wine chosen by Moore Brothers’ Greg Moore, enjoy the classic French Bistro dishes that Georges enjoys cooking most. The cost is $150 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Limited seating available. For reservations or information, call 215-569-9269 or online visit http://bistrosttropez.com. • Trax Restaurant & Cafe, 27 West Butler Pike in Ambler, PA, offers Chef Steven Waxman’s Cooking Class, Munching on Mushrooms, held at his restaurant kitchen in Ambler, PA, Monday, April 28, 7 - 9 p.m. Learn about different types of mushrooms – Portobello, shiitake, crimini, oyster, and more with tips on cleaning and cooking fresh mushrooms. Learn to make Oven Roasted Shiitakes, Oysters & Criminis with Rosemary, Thyme, Garlic & Lemon and Grilled & Roasted Portobellos and more. Includes tastings. Register through Cheltenham Adult School. To register call 215-887-1720 or http://cheltenhamtownshipadultschool.org/?post_type=products&p=2662. For info, call 215 591-9777 or visit www.traxcafe.com. Special Events • Wynnefield Library, 5325 Overbrook Avenue in Philadelphia, is participating in Film Forward: Advancing Cultural Dialogue, an initiative of Sundance Institute and four U.S. federal cultural agencies by presenting the film Twenty Feet From Stardom, Saturday, April 12, at 1 p.m. Millions know their voices, but no one knows their names. The film, shining a spotlight on the untold true story of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musical legends of the 21st century, recently received the Academy Award for Best Documentary. For info, call 215-567-7710. • Franklin Square, 6th & Race Streets in Historic Philadelphia, opens their eighth season of family fun, entertainment, and food, Wednesday, April 9 at 1 p.m. with daily attractions open through December 31. Historic Philadelphia, Inc., the non-profit that manages and operates Franklin Square, celebrates its 20th Anniversary in 2014. In 2013, over 930,000 people visited the Square. For information, visit www.historicphiladelphia.org. Convenient parking available at EZ PARK, 9th & Race Street, just blocks from Franklin Square. Historic Philadelphia, Inc. guests enjoy an exclusive price of just $7 for up to six hours by asking for a voucher at Franklin Square’s ticket office. E-mail releases two-weeks in advance of publication date to jerry@jerrybloom.com. Follow paragraph format above.

Tal Shtuhl Trio at the Free Library of Philadelphia he Producer’s Guild in collaboration with the Philadelphia Jazz Project and the Free Library’s Music Department presents the Tal Shtuhl Trio in a free concert on Monday April 21, 2014, from 7:30 - 8:45 p.m., Montgomery Auditorium, Parkway Central Library, Free Library of Philadelphia, 1901 Vine Street. Call 215-686-5316 for information. These three young musicians who grew up in the Hip-Hop Era but shine through in the timeless jazz tradition will perform original music as well as jazz standards. These master composers and skilled arrangers deserve every bit of the wider exposure that they are currently commanding. Tal Shtuhl (saxophone) studied at Temple University and at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam in Holland. Kevin Daly (drums) also studied music at Temple. Brian Howell (bass) honed his musical skills at the University of the Arts. The music of this dynamic trio is reminiscent of the hot jazz of the 60s and 70s, yet is deeply rooted in the triumphs and challenges of 21st Century Jazz. Prior to this evening’s concert the Philadelphia Jazz Project in collaboration with Tony Williams of the Mount Airy Cultural Center and Thelma Anderson of the Council of Jazz Advocates will host a happy hour-like event called Dizzy Hours at the Gershman Y. The Gershman Y is located at 401 South Broad Street in Center City. The Dizzy Hours event ends at 7 p.m. and guests will be escorted to the Free Library on a free trolley ride to the Tal Shtuhl Trio concert.

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Passover is Almost Here, and We Have Way More than Four Questions By Joyce Eisenberg and Ellen Scolnic emember when macaroons, the coconut Passover treat, came in only vanilla and chocolate? Now the supermarket displays are stocked with chocolate almond, chocolate dipped, chocolate chip, chocolate chunk, and doubly chocolate gluten-free. Choosing one is almost as confusing as deciding whether our teeth need the toothpaste with “advanced whitening” or “tartar protection.” We’ve been known to stand before the drugstore shampoo display paralyzed with indecision. Is our hair fine or limp? Do we need “Truly Relaxed” or “Curl Control?” Mostly, we’re just glad to wake up Ellen Scolnic (left) and Joyce Eisenberg (right) presenting and find that we still have hair. their “Shmoozing With the Word Mavens” program at an We should probably go with area synagogue. “Age Defy,” which promises to “turn back the strands of time.” These days, there are more choices than ever – and it’s both wonderful and exhausting. We understand how Russian immigrants, for whom shopping used to mean standing in a bread line, felt when they entered an American supermarket for the first time and were bewildered by the variety and abundance of consumer goods. Shopping requires some soul-searching. To buy chicken broth, we have to weigh the relative evils of fat, salt, chemicals and chickens that haven’t been allowed to roam free. The problem is solved when we find a box that promises none of the above – at twice the cost. We also have to debate the merits of tried and true vs. something new. That turns out to be easy: The brand-new, “light whole wheat Bran Matzos” don’t even tempt us. We’ll stick with the plain kind. After we navigate the grocery aisles, we realize that with Pesach coming, we have way more than four questions: 1. Do we have enough room to include Uncle Harold’s “lady friend” this year? 2. Where exactly should we put that orange on the seder plate? 3. Will our family want the same-old haroset (the apple-wine mixture) or would they enjoy an exotic Sephardic version? 4. Should we finally buy new prayer books or use the raggedy old ones. There are thousands of haggadot – the prayer book that details the songs and order of the Passover seder – in existence, from an ecological haggadah that asks us to think about the four trees to a feminist haggadah that focuses on the contributions of Miriam, Sarah, Rachel and other women in Jewish history. Other haggadot themes include LGTB, interfaith, and hip-hop (for those who want their Jewish tunes written by rap artists). The 30-Minute Seder

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Chabad of Penn Wynne Presents Community Passover Seder “Relive the Passover Exodus” with Rabbi Moshe Brennan ew Jewish holidays evoke the same warm sentiments as Passover. Memories of family and friends gathered as the four cups of wine are poured, the four questions asked and the Matzah served, all contribute to Passover’s popularity in the Jewish community. Bringing the warmth and tradition of this festival to the Wynnewood Community, Chabad of Penn Wynne is inviting all residents to participate in community Seders to be held on Monday night, April 14, at 8 p.m. at the Kaiserman, JCC 45 Haverford Rd., Wynnewood PA. The Seders take participants through the wondrous liberation of our ancestors from Egyptian bondage, while sharing the relevance and beauty of the age old festival in our modern lives. Included in the Seder will be a full catered dinner, fine imported wine for the 4 cups, and handmade round ‘Shmurah’ Matzah from Israel. “Passover is not simply a celebration of the historic liberation of an ancient people,” said Rabbi Moshe Brennan, of Chabad of Penn Wynne. “Passover is about our own personal liberation – physically, emotionally and spiritually. Passover inspires us to break free from the shackles restraining us from reaching new heights – in our lives, relationships and connection with G-d.” All are welcome to join the community seder, regardless of Jewish affiliation or background. Reservations can be made online at www.ChabadPennWynne.org.

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Martins Run Hosts an Alfred Hitchcock Film Retrospective in May rom The Birds and Vertigo to Rear Window and Psycho, Alfred Hitchcock films have kept movie fans on the edge of their seats for decades. Andrew J. Douglas, Ph.D., director of education at Bryn Mawr Film Institute, will discuss the famous director and Hitchcock’s cinematic achievements during two presentations at Martins Run. “The Master of Suspense: Alfred Hitchcock” will be offered at the Media-based senior living community at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 7 and again on Tuesday, May 20. To reserve a seat for this free program, call 610-353-7660. ext. 227. The film retrospective is just one of an ongoing series of special events hosted regularly at Martins Bryn Mawr Film Institute’s Director of Run all year long. “We make Education Andrew J. Douglas, Ph.D., will full use of our state-of-the-art present “The Master of Suspense: Alfred theater and multiple meeting Hitchcock” at Martins Run Senior Living rooms to provide a wide variCommunity on May 7 and May 20. ety of fun activities, educational workshops, and entertaining shows,” said Vicki Conner, Culture & Entertainment Manager at Martins Run. “The residents look forward to the events, many of which are open to visitors, too.” The public is welcome to tour the Martins Run Gallery, which is currently exhibiting the unique work of glass artist Rachel Shoham as part of the community’s popular Spotlight Artist Series. The exhibit runs through April 29. On April 17, at 10 a.m., professionals from Moving Solutions, Briggs Auction and Pro Clean Out will share their insightful tips and techniques on “How to Turn Unwanted Items into Cash.” During the free workshop, attendees will learn how to distinguish keepsakes from clutter, streamline their home and possessions, and earn maximum profit in today’s housing market. For information about Martins Run call 610-353-7660 ext. 227 or visit www.martins-run.org.

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Lecture at the Gershman Y as Part of Healthy Conversations Series he Gershman Y presents “Sleepless in the City” on Thursday, April 24 at 7 p.m. at the Gershman Y. Featured speakers for the panel discussion include Dr. Richard Schwab and Dr. Allan Pack, both expert sleep doctors from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, speaking on clinical sleep disorders and sleep research conducted at Penn. Admission is free with advance registration, $5 at the door. Reservations can be made by calling 215-545-4400 or visiting www.gershmany.org. “Sleepless in the City” is the second installment of Healthy Conversations, a lecture series on community health and wellness. Dr. Allan Pack is the John L. Miclot Professor of Medicine, Director of the Center for Sleep and Circadian Neurobiology and Chief of the Division of Sleep Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. On the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania since 1976, he directed an NIH-funded Specialized Center of Research on sleep apnea from 1988 to 2008. He directs two Center grants—The Mechanisms of Alterations in Sleep with Age and Endophenotypes of Sleep Apnea and Role of Obesity. He is the Founding Director of the Center for Sleep and Circadian Neurobiology and the Division of Sleep Medicine. These are the first multidisciplinary independent sleep research and clinical sleep medicine programs to be established at any medical school in the United States. Dr. Pack has received a number of awards for his activities including the Nathaniel Kleitman Lifetime Achievement Award and the William C. Dement Academic Achievement Award from the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Sleep Foundation, and the Farrell Prize in Sleep Medicine from Harvard Medical School. Dr. Richard Schwab is the Co-Medical Director of the Penn Sleep Center and Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. His focus of his research on the pathogenesis and genetics of obstructive sleep apnea is to understand the mechanisms leading to sleep apnea by evaluating the structure and function of the upper airway. Dr. Schwab is particularly interested in the relationship of obesity to sleep apnea. He is also studying novel treatment options for sleep apnea and trying to understand the genetics of sleep apnea. Presently, Dr. Schwab leads the Pulmonary Imaging Center in its investigation of the upper airway. The final lecture in the Healthy Conversations series will be “Headcase” on May 20, on the warning signs and dangers of concussions featuring Dr. Branch Coslett, Chief, Section of Cognitive Neurology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Sami Khella, attending neurologist at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center. For info, call 215-545-4400.

Dr. Bruce Bogdanoff will tell “The Story Behind the Song" at Temple Sholom in Broomall Thursday evening, April 17, at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited. A former piano soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Dr. Bogdanoff is known and appreciated throughout the region for his lectures through music. His presentation, which will be followed by refreshments and a social hour, is sponsored by the Hilltoppers, the senior citizens group of the temple. A $2 donation from nonmembers of Hilltoppers would be appreciated. The building is handicapped accessible. For directions and information call Temple Sholom in Broomall at 610-356-5165.

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Martins Run Art Gallery Showcases Work of Glass Artist Rachel Shoham It’s amazing what takes shape when glass is melted in a kiln. In the hands of glass artist Rachel Shoham, pieces of glass are transformed into colorful art objects through the process of glass fusing. Her unique work is on display at the Martins Run Gallery from April 1 - 29, 2014, as the latest exhibitor in the senior living community’s Spotlight Artist Series. For information, call Martins Run at 610-353-7660, ext. 254.

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Devon Prep’s Mathletes won their division championship. They are, from left – Shyamal B. Patel of Norristown, Alex D. Carandang of King of Prussia, William J. Moreno of Wayne, Alexandru Damian of Norristown, Angelo A. Luchetti of Downingtown, Pandurang R. Bharne of Norristown, Michael L. Pauciulo of Malvern, Kevin S. Sheng of Chester Spring, Brian E. Damerau of West Chester, Andrew G. Stauffer of Downingtown, and Albert-Emanuel Milani of Drexel Hill. evon Prep’s Mathletes, under the direction of Mr. Chip Hollowell, won their division championship, competing against 13 other teams. In addition, Sophomore Alexandru Damian and Junior Albert-Emanuel Milani earned the honor of being Second and Third point leaders in the division for the season. The team qualified to compete for the Archdiocesan Championship in April. Last year the team took second place in the championship. Devon Prep’s Mathletes Team includes: Shyamal B. Patel of Norristown, Alex D. Carandang of King of Prussia, William J. Moreno of Wayne, Alexandru Damian of Norristown, Angelo A. Luchetti of Downingtown, Pandurang R. Bharne of Norristown, Michael L. Pauciulo of Malvern, Kevin S. Sheng of Chester Spring, Brian E. Damerau of West Chester, Andrew G. Stauffer of Downingtown, and Albert-Emanuel Milani of Drexel Hill. Mathletes is an interscholastic math competition among schools in the Archdiocese. Competitions are hosted monthly beginning in the fall and the locations and the topics vary. Each student is given problems to solve individually and as a team. “The problems they give you aren’t just direct applications

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The Ardmore United Methodist Church Celebrates: Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Easter he Ardmore United Methodist Church, in Ardmore, PA invites the public to the following Palm Sunday, Holy Week and Easter Worship services. On Palm Sunday, April 13, 2014, palm branches will be distributed at the Sunday morning worship at 11 a.m. On Holy Thursday, April 17, the church will have a Service of Shadows or Tenebrae including Holy Communion. This service will be held in the Sanctuary from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. On Good Friday, April 18, join for a Good Friday service, from 12 noon - 1 p.m. This “Good Friday Service of Reflection” will feature special music, readings, meditation and prayer. On Easter Sunday, April 20, 2014, the congregation will celebrate Easter Sunday with two services. At 9 a.m., there will be a Contemporary Easter Worship service. This will be family friendly,

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haggadah caters to those who want to nibble the gefilte fish sooner rather than later. There’s even a new edition of the Maxwell House Passover Haggadah, which more than 50 million people have used since it was first printed in the 1930s. It’s considered the longestrunning sales promotion in advertising history. On the inside cover it asks three questions: Do we want Master Blend, Breakfast Blend or Original Roast? Dayenu. While we’re all in favor of diversity, we prefer to stick with the haggadot we pieced together through the years. We copied pages with our favorite passages, added in catchy songs from preschool, and deleted the parts we didn’t like. There is one chief advantage to hosting the seder: We get to choose the haggadah. As the most famous Pharaoh, Yul Brenner, said, “So let it be written; so let it be done.” When we were young, the choices – both secular and religious – were few. Watching TV meant walking over to the set and turning the channel from ABC to CBS to NBC. Three channels, not three hundred. Buying sneakers meant choosing between Keds and Converse, and buying coffee meant instant or perked. Now we can’t buy sneakers until we decide if we are going to use them for tennis, running or walking. (Go for cross-trainers if you’re indecisive.) Buying a cup of coffee requires weighing the merits of venti vs. grande, cream vs. nonfat soy, and fair trade vs. exploitation. Passover was simpler then, too. There seemed to be just one recipe for haroset; it had apples and walnuts, not dates and pistachios and ginger. There was just one cup on the table for Elijah. You bought the big bottle of Manischewitz Concord Grape and didn’t worry if it paired well with roasted chicken or was perfect with salty fish appetizers. Don’t get us wrong. We appreciate having lots of choices, but we do get tired of making them. And we know we’re not the only ones stressed out by the abundance of options. Maybe that’s why a number of manufacturers are reintroducing “classic” and “original” versions of their products. This Passover, we’ll make it easy for ourselves, and we’ll pass over the “new and improved” super-tasty matzah, the “bigger and better” Pesachdik granola bars, and the “self-cooking” chicken. We’ll stick with tradition. Joyce Eisenberg and Ellen Scolnic, also known as The Word Mavens, are the authors of the “Dictionary of Jewish Words.” They can be reached at www.thewordmavens.com.

osabeth “Rosie” Kays is in very rare company. The Neumann University senior is one of just 13 young women in the country to receive a 2014 NCAA Women’s Enhancement Program Postgraduate Scholarship. The scholarship is a $7,500 award for the 2014-15 academic year. Recipients must be enrolled in a sports-related program as a full-time graduate student. Kays has already been accepted to qualified programs at Barry University, Drexel University, Temple University, the University of Connecticut, and Virginia Commonwealth University. She’s weighing her options and negotiating for graduate assistantships. “I was ecstatic when I found out about the scholarship,” admits the sport and entertainment management major from Palmyra, PA. “I want to be an athletic director at a small college or university, so a graduate degree in this field fits my career plans perfectly.” As an added bonus, scholarship recipients get to attend the NCAA Career in Sports Forum (CSF), scheduled for June 5-8 at the NCAA national office in Indianapolis, Indiana. The CSF is an educational event about careers in sports with a primary focus on intercollegiate athletics. It gives 200 selected student-athletes the opportunity to network and learn from current athletic professionals. Scholarship recipients’ expenses (airfare, lodging and meals) are covered by the NCAA. Sarah Kurpel, senior woman administrator in the Neumann Athletic Department, urged Kays to apply for the scholarship in October of last year. Requirements included an online application, an essay about career goals, and three letters of recommendation. During her years at Neumann, Kays played soccer and served as a Presidential Ambassador, Resident Assistant, and Orientation Leader. She also excelled in the classroom, gaining membership to the Delta Pi Epsilon Sigma National Honor Society as well as the Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society. In addition, she completed intern-

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The Neumann University senior Rosabeth “Rosie” Kays is one of just 13 young women in the country to receive a 2014 NCAA Women’s Enhancement Program Postgraduate Scholarship. ships with the Middle Atlantic Conference, West Chester University and Neumann University. She is the second student-athlete from Neumann University to receive this award. The first was former volleyball standout Emilee Gruse in 2010-11.

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Collaboration with FILM FORWARD: Advancing Cultural Dialogue he Free Library of Philadelphia announces its participa- Award for Best Documentary. For information, call 215-567tion in Film Forward: Advancing Cultural Dialogue, an 7710 or visit http://www.freelibrary.org/. Screening of “The Rocket” initiative of Sundance Institute and four U.S. federal culturOn Sunday, April 13 at 1:30 p.m., the Free Library is hostal agencies. The State Library of Pennsylvania has been selected as one of the program collaborators around the world to ing a screening of “The Rocket” at the Parkway Central Library host the program. Film Forward is an international program at 1901 Vine Street. A boy who is believed to bring bad luck East Passyunk’s 2014 Flavors of Avenue Flavors of the Avenue is back and bigger than ever! East Passyunk Avenue designed to enhance greater cultural understanding, col- leads his family and a couple of ragged misfits through Laos Business Improvement District (EPABID) welcomes a record-setting 27 laboration and dialogue around the globe by engaging audi- to find a new home. After a calamity-filled journey through restaurants to South Philadelphia’s largest outdoor food and drink festi- ences through the exhibition of films, workshops, and con- a land scarred by war, the boy sets off to prove he’s not cursed val on Saturday, April 26, 2014, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Enjoy a true taste versations. An initiative of the Sundance Institute and the and builds a giant rocket to enter the most lucrative but of East Passyunk as award-winning restaurants and bars offer samples President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities in part- dangerous competition of the year: the Rocket Festival. The of their signature dishes and drinks under the cover of a big top tent nership with the National Endowment for the Arts, the Na- film’s writer and director, Kim Mordaunt, will be in attendance between Morris and Dickinson streets. Exciting debuts this year include tional Endowment for the Humanities, and the Institute of and lead the post-screening discussion. For information, call Laurel BYOB by Top Chef Nicholas Elmi, plus previews of yet-to-open Museum and Library Services, Film Forward promotes cul- 215-567-7710 or visit http://www.freelibrary.org/. Screening of “The World Before Her” restaurants Townsend and Brigantessa. Outside the Flavors tent, guests tural dialogue through independent documentary and narOn Saturday, April 19 at 11:00 a.m., the Free Library is rative film, using film’s unique ability to tell stories that ex will enjoy a free street festival with vendors and live music. At the Singing Fountain, Crafty Balboa presents the annual April Showers craft plore universal themes to ignite meaningful conversations. hosting a screening of “The World Before Her” at the Northmarket from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. The event is rain or shine. VIP tickets are As part of its participation in Film Forward, the Free Library east Regional Library at 2228 Cottman Avenue. Moving between $50 per person and include early access and special perks. General ad- will host screenings and discussions of select, critically ac- two extremes—the intimate verité drama of the Miss India pageant’s rigorous beauty “bootcamp” and the intense regime mission tickets are $30. Tickets are on sale today at www.visiteast- claimed films at the following library locations: of a militant Hindu fundamentalist camp for young girls— Screening of “Twenty Feet From Stardom” passyunk.com/flavors.htm or by calling 215-336-1455. 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